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TITEBHK: OMAHA, WKDNKSDAY, FKIiMWKY Ji. 1015.
ItKAI. i:sttu U)A!S
FGARVIN HHOS t-oani M and utC
cnu Omaha Nat l Bank.
rn v i- - . . i v . . . n- H.i.
s dene, propel ties, $I.(iX to 1W0OO.
it W. It THOMAS. SB Slatf Bank Rldg.
4fi CITY LOANB. Hem's-CarlberaT Co..
S1M2 Brandels Theater Bid.
f OMAHA liomcfi. "least Nebraska farms.
O'KKRPK ni!.ll. WTATE ITV
1016 Omaha National. Douglas UTU
IARQE loans our'nptclalty. Stuli Bros.
W TII T I IK XT
WANTED By tvo young men of re-
Iflnement. room In strlctiy private family:
JHo rooming hous-e need appl . We can
(furnish first class references. U 618. care
WASTED TO HUi
Dolgoff td hand store pays highest prices
4Vfior furniture, domes, snoes. weD. iwi.
'h Ti RnR'i 'Jutck buyers of furniture aud
J J. oyJOO uomehoij K00dg. pay mora,
Best prices, clothes, shoes Shafton. W.MB
l Mllffhllv llnnil l.tcrh Frfwlft t.taniv W. 37TA
i JjOOK V, e Da highest prices for ladles'
and gentlemen's Id-hand clothes,'
household good and valises. Call Gross
tff man, 25:3 Blondo. Web. 4552.
WANTKD To buy old broken watches
and old gold. M Nathan. TO S. 13th 8t
WOULD Hko'to buy n sevonor eight
room house 10 be moved on u lot. One
In the neighborhood of 24th nnd Clark
preferred. Telephone Bed 4301.
SALE OK EXCHANGE R. E.
WB handle successfully exchanges of
merit If you have anything to deal In
In a hurry, call Star Land Co., 217 Nat l
Fidelity & Casualty Bldg. Phone D. 2265.
Will exchange a first-class Iowa farm,
tS acres, splendid Improvements. Every
acre good, rich, black CORN LAND. If
you want the best there Ii see this farm.
Price S1C0 per acre.
Everybody's Doing It
Coins what? Trailing with the Falraer
Land Co., HOG W. O. W. Bid.
WAXTED TO 1JOKUOW
WANT to borrow K1.000 on pood land se
curity, will pay 10 per cent. Address F
C44, care Omaha Bee.
HEA-L ESTATE FOK HEfT
Fnrm nml Ilnnch Lnnds.
FOB RENT SO-acre farm southwest of
South Omaha. Mrs. B. M. Clark, S824
Grand Ave, Omaha, Neb. Tel. Web. Vol.
A1ISTUACT9 lit' TITl.K.
RKED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska, 206 Brandels Theater.
CITY t'HUrUnt) Oil Ai.tS
?1,K0 2013 Manderson St., 0 rooms, city
water, sewer, gas, electric light, water
meter, toilet, bath. lavator . good cellar,
cement walks, shade trees, smalt fruit,
lot is 42xl1I with aliev on one side, new
porch, white pine lumber, owner going
to uermany mis montn. hence tins sacri
fice. Three nice Kenwood lots, J3T5; $J0 cash,
balance $o per month.
i . j. TJiittHiiiiNis, roio Agent.
7b0 OmuhaNat-lBk.Bldg. 1'honc D.18!.
13-BOOM house, Kountzc Place, Omaha,
$7,000, clear, nlso other clear Omaha
property. Want California. 1125 W. 42d
St., Los Angeles, Cal.
TO BUY. SKLL OK KENT. FIltST SEB
JOHN W. ROBUINS, m FARNAM ST
601 S. 31ST Six rooms, bath and recop
tion room; first-class neighborhood. Jl.lOO
cash, balance monthly. George P. riaxc.
Phone Douglas-30S. Room WO AVnre block.
FOR" "SALK 13-room house; arrange
ment and location suited for boarding
jnd rooming; town of 1,200; cheap tor
rash If taken at once. Address G. A.
ritoven. Loup City. Neb.
TWO 40-ucre tracts near Benson: 1 Im
proved with good building and fruit, the
other vacant. Bargains. Fred C. Shields,
Phone Harney 3317. Boom 310, llamgo
KAltat jfc llAtll 1, A.N US KO It SAI.B
California land excursions 1st and ZA
Tues. W. T. Smith Co.. 81& City Nat. Bk.
ONK of the best 160-acre farms In Iowa:
must be sold. Address L 615. caro Bee.
KANSAS FARMS and ranches for tale;
IA A Of VW . . . . I I 1 n
j iu io.wtj in;it-n, yvunj mr litre nai, v. jy.
NlQt'KTTM, Sallna. Kan.
LAND FOR SALE-Wrlte for prices of
corn, clover and blue erarn lands. Co
Operative Realty Co.. Humansvllle. Mo.
IMPROVED FA RM 320 acres, 3 an
acre; 12 miles from town; rich black soil;
M) acres broke; all fenced; house 22x24;
pear school and in sight of twenty-flvo
other farm houses. Slust have your flU
ing right. J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb.
' OWNER must sacrifice 1,360 acres, Im
juoved ranch, in Garfield county, Ne
braska, for J7.2O0. Requires J3.200 cash.
Room 3."i, Baldwin Block, Council
TEXAS TiAND SNAP.
52 acres 4 miles north of Langtry In
Valverdl Co., Texas. Price for a cash
i.ale, $1.50 per acre. Tltlo good.
V. P. FRANK,
1025 City Nat. Bank Bldg..
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WKST
Ship live stock to South Omnha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Mir Stock Commission Merchant.
BYERH BROS. & CO. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. 223 Exchange Bldg.
MARTIN BROS. & Co!. Exchange Bldg.
BOSTON. Feb. 4. WOOL-Tlic demand
Is moro active for domestic wool. Values'
held fairly steady, although holders show
a disposition to shade, prices on odd lots,
leading domestic quotations range as
follows: Missouri Three-eighths blood,
SOfeatc; quarter blood, 30331c. Scoured
basis: Texas Fine, six torelght months,
.Wg37c; fine, twelve months, J3fi61o. Cali
forniaNorthern, 52if63c; middlo county.
50Jj52c; southern, 48fl49c; fall, free. 485?50c.
Oregon Eastern, No. 1 staple, 631J65o;
eastern clothing. COo asked: valloy. No. 1.
G5o asked. Territory Fine Maple, 63iC5c;
fine medium staple, 63c asked; fine cloth
ing. 60861c; fine medium clothing, 57f
'c; half blood, combing, 60fl61c; three
eighths blood, combing. &7(jt⪼ one-quarter
blood, combing. 53QG5c. Pulled AA,
E.Stt62c; A supers, 54f5So.
ST. LOUIS. Feb. 4.WOOL-Steady ;
medium grades, combing and clothing.
23,4S6c; light fine, 19621c: heavy fine. 13
(918c; tub washed, 27fj3Cc.
NKW YORK, Eeb. 4. COPFKE Fu
turea market opened stoady at a decline
of 3tH2 points under realizing and scat
tering prossure inspired by disappointing
European cables. Covering of nonr
months caused quite a sharp rally during
the middlo of tho day, but. the market
eased off again later under liquidation.
The close was easy, net unchanged to 11
points lower. Sales, 74,000 bags; Febru
ary, 13.14c. March. 13.50c; April. 13.58c;
May. lS.65c; June. 13.C6c; July. 13.68c; Au
gust. 13.79c; September, 13.76c; October,
13.71c; November. 13.65c; Decembor and
January, JS.COc. Spot coffee, steady; Rio
7s, 117c; Santos 4s, I5ic. Mild, quiet;
Cordova, iSMjriSc, nominal.
Key to the Situation-Bee Advertising.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Traders Inclined to Take a Rather
Bearish View of Wheat.
A STIR IN CORN CIRCLES
Hrport of Djunngeil Crop front V r
gcntlnn AnnUrnn Interest
AmuiiK Severn 1 Clilcnao
OMAHA. February 4. 19U. I
Wheat traders were Inclined to take n j
"m oeartsn view or the situation ibsi
nlKlit With sufficient snow tacrine
over the winter wheat belt, a slow -cash
demand and lack of outside buylns. the
believe, wheat will work Irregularly lower,
u,e. rClSn IlOllllcai S.iuauon
sumes a threatenlpR aspect. The best
posted traders expect nothing more than
a narrow trading affair until some new
features are Injected Into the situation
and Jar the market out of the rut. SI. J.
Dlffenb,auRh. one of the biggest wheat
handlers' of Kansas City, and who Is In
Chicago for a few days, says the ro
ports to Kansas nt houses, show 30 to
33 per cent of last year's Kansas brop
still on the farms. One cryinO' 'n Kan
sas shows t per. cent still held In the
coutitrj . The car shortage early In the
season restricted the movement, nnd now
the farmers arc disposed to hold for i
higtier prices. Cash wheat "itfl'ic higher.
There was quite n stir In corn circl s i
on the Board of Trade yesterday by tH I
cables received from Arsentlna. At Icust
three of the leading Chicago gialn houses
with correspondents In that country
ported corn ns damaged greatly by toe
long drawn out drouth. One cable saul
the drouth continues and It Is doing set -loos
damage. It places the exportable
surplus at 100.000.000 bushels, but says that
early rains would Increase the surplus to
12U,0OV,uw bushels. Reports on the export
business In this country were somewhat
conflicting. One leport, and which w.s
generally accepted bv the trade, said 335.
OOO bushels wero sold late Saturday and
yesterday, and that OOO.OOO bushels wet e
for shipment abroad.
One of the conservative handlers of
cash corn In tho Chicago market said
last night that the demand for this Rutin
was for deferred shipment only. Some
men In the corn trade who are closely
connected with conditions now existing
In the Interior, say that with the clean
ing up of country elevators In the com
belt, there will be a decided falling oft
In the offerings; that country men havo
sold their stocks at railway stations and
are not Included In the farm holdings,
and that they will keep a large part of
their grain at home for tho purpose of
feeding hogs, as this will btlng them
better returns than to ship the corn to
market. Cash corn Uc to c higher.
Oats were dull yesterday. Cash oats
unchanged to Uc higher.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour, 140,
000 bu., corn, 261.000 bu.; oats. 355,0Oi bll.
Liverpool close: Wheat, -ItffVid higher;
corn, unchanged to Hd higher.
Primary wheat receipts were 791,000 Int.
and shipments 492,000 bu.. against receipts
of 400.000 bu. and shipments of 230,000 bu.
Primary- corn receipts were 1,435,000 uu.
and shipments 1,076,000 bu.. against re
ceipts of l.aw.OOO bu. and shipments of
762.000 bu. last year.
Primary oats receipts were 614,000 bu.
and khlpmeriH Gil, 001 bu., against receipts
of 524,000 bu. nnd shipments of 433,000 bu.
The following cash sales were reported
WHKAT-No. hard winter: 7 cars.
SSVic; 3 cars. 86Uc No. 3 hard winter: 1
car yellow, 88c; l car KJc; 1 car, 849io.
No. 4 hard winter: M car, 83c. No. 3
spring: 114 cars, S3Hc. Rejected spring: 1
car. 77c. No. 2 mixed: 1 car, 85?ic. No. 3
mixed: 1 car, 84t,ic. No. 4 mixed: 1 car,
Kc. No. 2 durum mixed: 1 car, 85Hc
RYE No. 2: 1 car, 59o; ta ear. SSHc
CORN No. 3 white. 1 car. 46Vic: 1 ear.
46',ic. No. 3 yellow. 3 cars, 44V4c; 1 car.
!44Uc; 3 cars, 44c. No. 4 yellow, 2 tars.
USVic; 2 cars, 4SUc: t car. 42)4c No. 3
. I -.- '1 ,, iln. 111 ..., 141.. V,. A
mixed, 2 cars. 43Hc; 4 cars, 43Hc. No
grade. 1 car, 39Vjc.
OATS No. 3 white: 2 cars. 3214c; 32
cars. 32V4c No. 4 white, 4 cars, 32',4c; 1
Omnhn Cash I'r'.ees.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 8taiSS'.4c; No. 3
hard, 64fiSI!a; No. 4 hard, 798oc; No. 3
spring, S3"pS3',4-; No. 4 spring. 81fi82V4c
CORN-No. 3 white, WAVtttttc; No. 4
white, 445(S46Me; No. 3 color. 4ii484c;
No. 3 yellow, 44H44V4c; No. 4 yellow. 43
43Vic; No. 3, 43',g44c; No. 4, 42fr43Wc; no
OATS-No. 2 white. SSfeMHc; standard.
32Mi32?ic; No. 3 white. 32',4324c; No. 4
BAKL13Y-. Malting. 5oti3c: No. 1 feed,
It YE No. 2. 5S!4fi69c; No. 3, JS5Sc.
Wheat Corn. Oats
Kansas City ..
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION
Features of the Trndlna nntl Closing;
Prices ou llonril of Trade
CHICAGO, Feb. 4. Wheat advanced to-
ilnv ImnAttorl i- the rentienlnir nt hnrtll.
Ittes ujniinst the Turks. Closing nitces I
were firm. 'Sc to HOsc abovn last nlgtit.
Latest trading left corn Titfic to ldflWc
net higher, oats up Mc to Hlrtyi and pro.
visions Increased in cost 7'40Wc to 2ii
In aidltlon to war news, aid for the
bulls In wheat came from India, whero
the drouth was said to be withering cropi
throughout the united provinces. An Im
portant factor In lifting tho wheat mar
kct was the strength snown by corn. The
latter cereal had a decided upward tend
ency duo to a beggarly crop outlook .11
Argentina compared with the magnificent
yield the season before. Buyers of whent
however, showed .caution In iew of a big
Increase of tho world's available stock
and because of rumors of tie shutting'
down of flour mills at Minneapolis.
V inee'Ted k Tlioroi. cam"
the Quotations for com. Most of the sell
ers who wero conspicuous yesterday were
compelled to buy on the advance and
there was lively option purchasing, too,
by leading cash concerns. Oats roso in
sympathy with corn, but without a cor
responding increase In activity.
Provisions turned upward In conse
fiuenco of tho run of hogs west being
lighter than expected. The only offerings
wero from the big packers.
Futures closed as followt:
Articlel Open. I High. I Low 1 Cloae.1 Yes'y.
May. 1 19 27H-
10 42!4 10 20
19 37Hj 19 li
10 33 ,10 27!4 10 X 10 2254
I I 10 38
10 37V4I 10 30 I 10 :m 10 2254
I , 10 37H 10 26
10 40 I 10 33 I 10 40 10 30
May. 1 10 30
10 So i 10 274 10 33P.4.,
I 10 W 1 10
10 10 25 I 10 30 I 10 20
July.. 10 27'.4
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red.
$1.10(41.1154; No. 3 red. ll.0Stri.08; No. 2
hard, 92',e9654c; No. 3 hard, Ulfi'Ji; No.
1 northern, 92V4fj02',4c; No. 2 northern, 89f
90c; No. 3 northern, 8889c; No, 2 spring,
fc&ff&Oc; No. 3 spring. 86iif$c; No. 4 spring,
7WS4c; velvet chaff, WSOlHc durum, 87
392c. Oats; No. 2 white. 36037c, No. 3,
S3?c; No. 3 white. 33Ufl3Hc; No. 4 wltlte,
S2v483V4c, standard, 34w83lic. Corn: No.
i yellow, 51c; No. 3. 484f4954c; No. 3
white. KHiflftlc; No. 3 yellow, 4SU660i4c;
No, 4, 4&Q48c: No. 4 white. 4&54J60Uc; No.
4 yellow. 4f47c. Rye; C34fi3c. Barley:
4V70c. Seeds: Timothy. $8.0OtM.0O; clover.
$I2.O0i82O.0O. Pork: I1&.0&819.40; Lard:
$10.2754. Ribs: $9.62010.50.
BUTTER Steady; creameries. 27fJS44c,
EGGS Firm, receipts. 4.911 cases; at
mark, cases Inclhded. 20023c; refrigera
tor firsts, rr&lTHc, firsts. J4,iC,
POTATOES-Steady receipts. 33 cars,
iSvf ,T7k "7"
l"Ol lTRY. Alive, steady, turkevs. Ijc.
chickens. He. spring chickens. He.
xkiv voiik generai, miiki:t
Muotntlnna of (hp liny on Various
i onnnoillt lea.
NKW YORK Teh 4 -FLOUR- Steady .
spring patents, $l.(04NiY: winter stra'.ghts.
MPun-i.tw, winter patents. Jl.7041.iu.
spring elixir. II JOfiJ 4 winter nxtrnn
No. 1, tUiOfNK'. winter extraN. No. t. !
5.9otr4 00. Kansas straluhts. U 10QJ4 I
Bye flour, ntllet: fair to irocnl. 3.fiOJf2sS: i
tiholoe to fancy. IS.fKMM.Oo. Buckwiieat
i flour, quiet: 2ji asked uer 100 pounds
COKNMKAL-.Steady : fine white And
VJlo'. II.3W1.M: coarse. J1.25CM 3fl; k"
2 western, ore . I f
v" , ' fSS)i!if T f- it'.if
orU- malns. wvtf.Oo c. I. f. Buf-
IV1IK.IT-Rn.it nl.lbM firm Vn red.
H.09W. elevator nnd 11.11 f o. b. afloat
nominal. No. 1 northern Duluth. M.lOt.i
f. o. b. afloat. Futures market was
firmer on covering due to the war news
unfavorable foreign crop advices and cold
weather, closing ,iVc net higher. May
WHfiOOV. closed W ll-16c; .lulv closed.
91c. September closed. PU Bonded
wheat. May closed. 9;,e, Julv. 9ic. Be
celpts. $4,000 bushels.
CORN Spot market, firm, export. o7ic
f o. b. afloat. Uecelpts, 17.003 bit., ship
ments, s.uoo bu.
OATS Spot market, iiulet. standard
white. 39o: white clipped. 3T4Ji41e. Be-
celpts. Cl.coo bu., shipments. 2,000 bu.
11 A Y Ptnndard. No. 1, Jl.CtXil.05;
No. t, SVgWc; No. 3, TTifiSOc.
PBHD Rtenrlv! wnntei-n inHiic- hran.
100-pound sacks. JK.P0: standard mltldllnc,
100-iound sacks. J23 50; city, 100-pound
HOPS Quiet; state, common to cholco
1912. 20!fJ2c; mi. I2tm5c: Pacific coast UK,
17jt23c. 1911. lM16o.
IIIOKS Steady ; Central America, 234c:
LKATHBR-FIrm: hemlock firsts. 28
29c; seconds, 27ifj5Sc; Uilrds, 245125c; le
PROVISIONS Poi U. steady ; mess, $19.75
ftZO.OO; family. I21.00t(j'23.0a; short cleats,
J21.(Xfl22.2'i. Beef, quiet, mess. t.0Wil
2100; family, $24.00a"2J.OO: beef hams.
J3tl.0OJJ32.OJ. Cut meats, steady; pickled
bellies, 10 to 14 pounds. 12'-ifti3o: pickled
hams. 14c. Ijird. firm; middle west
prime. 10. 4V0 10.50; refined, quiet, conti
nent. $10.15, South America. $11 Bii. com
BlTTTKR -Firm, receipts. 9.9S3 tubs;
creamery extras. ISiiHtfrTTe; process extras,
2S'S26V4c, imitation creamery firsts, 24t
25c: factory held, 22iQ2314c; factory cur
rent make, first. 22V41f23o; seconds, pack
ing stock, held. 2092114c. packing stock,
current make No. 2, SOiUQOHc.
CHEKS1C Irregular; receipts, 861 boxes:
state, whole milk, hold, colored specials,
UHipmc; state, whole milk, held, white,
Wsnide; state whole milk, winter spe
cials, l$tfl7c; skims. 2i)4e.
KOG8 Firm; receipts 12,117 cases: fiesh
gathered extra, 27(&2Sc; held fresh aver
age best, l&traOc; refrigerator firsts, 19
CflAHo; nearby hennery whites, good to
large sixes, new laid. 2tr3tc. nearby
hennery selected whites, defective In
size or quality, 2.vy2Sc; nearby hennery
browns, 274f2Sc; western gathered whites,
POULTRY Pressed, film; western
chickens, 11320c; fowls. 1.1917c; turkeys.
SI. I.otiU General Market.
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 4.-W1inAT-Cash:
No. 2 red. $1.1081.1214; No. 2 hard, SO-frOCe.
CORN-No. 2. 49ViW"Oc; No. 2 white, 32
OATS-No. 2. 3le; No. 2 white, 3.V.436e.
RYK Unchanged, 63'ic.
Closing prices of futures:
WHKAT-Mny. 93V: My, SO'iWCa-c.
CORN May, 52c; July, 53Vdi3?,c.
OATS-Mnv 3IT4e: .lulv. 34e.
FIXJITR Dull: red winter patents, $3.00
(?i5.25; extra fancy straights, J4.0fvtH.S0;
hard winter clears, $3.40fl3.33.
BRAN-D11II; sacked, east track. $1.00
If 1 tVOt
HAY Steady ; timothy, $12.5Oan.O0; prai
TWINI5 Hemp. Sc.
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged: Job
bing, $17.00. Lard, unchanged; prime
steam. $y.S0'f9.9i1. Dry huH meats, un
changed: boxed-extra shorts, $11.00; clear
ribs. $11.00: short clears $11.124. Bacon,
unchanged; boxed extra shorts. $12.00;
clear ribs, $12.00; short clears. $12.1214-
POULTRY - Firmer; chickens, 13c;
spring, 131.4c; turkeys, 18c; ducks, I6c;
BUTT ICR Firm; creamery, 2734c.
Kansas Cllr Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. 4. W11KAT V4c
higher; No. 2 hard. 86(S92V4c; No. ;!, S5j
00(40; No. 2 red, $1.01(81.00; No. 3. U.V
CORN Unchanged to 4c higher; No. 2
mlxedc 47Hfc47ic; No. 3. 46ti46l4c; No. 2
white. 49c: No. 3. 48i.4c.
OATS Unchanged;, No. 2 white, MM"
CSWc; No. 2 mixed. 3l34t,4c
HAY Easier; choice timothy, J13.0WJ
13.50; cholco prairie, $10.50 11.00.
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT May. Kli'ic; July. S6c.
CORN May. 52t4c; July. 54c.
OATS May, 354ft36c.
BUTTER Creamery. 32Vic; firsts, 3014c;
seconds. 28V4c; packing. 194i020!4c.
EGOS Eoctras, 2c; firsts, 24&25c; 8uC
POULTRY Hens, isgi3',4c; roosters. Sc;
Wheat, bu 83,000 33,000
Corn, bu 49,000 20.000
Oats, bu 4,000 18.000
Aintluble .Supply or Grain.
NEW YORK. Feb. 4 Special cable and
telegraphic communications received by
Bradstreet's show tho following changes
in available supplies us compared with
previous Bccount: Wheat United Statos,
east of Rockies, decreased 190,000 bu.;
United States, west of Rockies, Inci cased
Canada Increased 133.000 bu.;
total United States nntl Canada, In
creaBed 801,000 bu.; afloat for and In Eu
rope. Increased 1.900,000 bu. ; total Ameri
can and European supply Increased 2,701,
000 bu. Corn United States and Canadu,
Increased 4S9.000 bu. Oats United States
and Canada, decreased 154,000 bu. The
leading decreases and increases reported
this week follow: Decreases Manitoba.
499.000 bu.; Portland. Me.. 128..000 bu.; Og
densbnrg, 77.000 bu.; flan Antonio. 56,000
bu. Increases-lxtulsvllle, 218,000 bu.; Port
Huron. 50.000 bu.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 4 WHEAT
May. 8854c; July, 9054c; September. 80
&9Vc; No. 1 hard, 88540; No. 1 northern,
S788c; No. 2 northern, SoffSWc; No. 2 hard,
CORN-No. 3 yellow, 44Q44V4C.
OATS-No. 3 white. 3U,31V4c.
IIYB NO, S.
BRAN In 100-pound sacks, $19.50.
FLOUR First patents. $4.30JM.t; sec.
ond patents. $4.154.60; first clears, $3.10
a.40j second cleais. $2.3032.60.
.MllvtoiiUee (irnln .Market.
MILWAUKEE, Feb. 4,-WHEAT-No. 1
northern. 9280254c; No. 2 northern, KgiOc;
No. 2 hard winter, KSftMc; May. 91Hc;
CORN No. 3 yellow. 4S?'S49e; No. 3
white. 51c; No. 3, 48V4i&4Sc; May. 5354ft
5SHc; July. MUc.
RYE-No. 1, 64t.ic.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Fob. 4. WUKAT-Kpot,
steady: No. J Manitoba, TatHfa; No.
Manitoba, "s 6d; No. 3 Manitoba, 7s 4d.
Futures firm; March, 7s5d; May, 7
35id: July, 7s3'.4d.
CORN Spot quiet: new American
mixed, SaV4l; old American mixed, 6s;
American mixed, via Galveston, 6s 7d.
Futures steady; Feb. La Plata, 5s 2id:
Feb. American mixed, 6s 104d.
PEORIA. Feb. 4. CORN Hflle up; No.
3 white, 49V4ftfiOV4c: No. 4 white. 484443l9c;
No. 3 yellow, 4804854c : No. 4 yellow, 46ttrt
4754c . No, 3 mixed, 4SfV4o; No. 4 mixed,
4654414714c; sample. 42V4S46c.
OATS He up, standard, 34Uc; No. 3
white. 8354c; No. 4 white. 324c
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Feeling of Uncertainty Shown in
SOME STANDARD ISSUES WEAK
kiicim oi iieneneu miiiinic nj
Ilnlknn Miles I to Curb Opera
tion Hetthrr Tlinn Active!)
to Ooprrs Price.
NK.W YORK. Feb. 4 - The present leel
Ing of umertalhtv on the 4t of stock
market opcratots was registered today In
the li-regtllar movements of prices on c
ohansc No clenrlv tletlned tyetttl de
veloped, nlthougb broadly spettklng tlto
movement was downward. In the nfttr
noou the market sold off and the Weak
ness in some of the standard mhiuh g.ixv
the list an appearance of healtiN-
Resumption of war In the Balkan was
largely responsible for the feeling of 'in
crttalntj, the home market iiwtiltiii-: :
definite lead ftom abroad. The effcv'
of renewed hostilities was to curb opera
tions rather than activety to depress
prices and in the early part of Me da
International Issues were among the
strongest of the list.
I'ttcijrtalnt.x as to the detnlls of the
Harrlman dissolution phut. atiuounccuMiil
of which Is looked for soon, was another
factor which caused uperatots to hesi
tate. Southern Pacific was under hravy pre,
sure, at times selling 2 points off. The
recent pressuro against this stock has
been attributed to the belief that a lsrge
amount of these shares may be niaikutcl
In connection with the dissolution plan.
Can. after further Irregttlnr fluctuntUms.
closed a point lower
A further engagement of gold for exp rt
to Argentina was announced. Despite
the largo outflow of gold to Franco a il
Argentina tho money market remains un
disturbed. Tho bond market was Irregular will)
fluctuations narrow. Total sales, pin
value. $2,2MMioii. I'nlted States bonds 1.11
chauged on cull.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on stocks today were as follows:
st miii. tio. i
Amorlian llret Sour
Amerli'sn Can .
Amfrlian Cn pM
American (' V
American Cotton Oil
Am Ice Heourltlw..
American lvomnllve ...
American H & It ..
Am S ft. pM
Am Sugar Herinlnc
American T. 41 T
Anammla Mlnlnc Co
Atlantic Coaat Line
flalttmor & Oblo . .
Ttrookln rtaplil Tr .
Canadian racltlc . . .
Hienapeitlio AV Ohlft .
Chlcstn O W"
filcao. M. St P. .
Chlcaico N. W. .
Colorado F ,t I
Delaware a Hudeon
Denrer A Itlo Orajide..
Iienter n. O. pld
lirle lt pfd
Ilrle Sd pfd
Oreat Northern pM...
d ejt Notlhern Ore rlt.
9.7M "SS 'i 75
Jl.Jfui tl 31 9)li
:.;it His "' '
ton MH SSI M
1 Ml) MS MS Rl'
In.1 M SI M
1. 100 ;jh ?a J
ICR) 133 Dl'i 131".
J.SP.) S4i tlOltj !M4
000 38 37 SIS
4on 104 ioi' iei;
wo 10m ion, 10UI
100 105S 1WS lOJ'i
M10 50"i 0'i Wilt
4.301) 3I0S JSS
3.MH) J9i !Jl 2tUl
100 7 11 77S
ton 17 US 1.
S.OV) 11414 113(1 113'i
6,'Jil l in,
100 137T, 13Jt, 117'i
0 1SU I4i 14V
MO US 1S 1l
K00 III, 3I Jl'i
tiOO 4S US 41
JIH) If 143 113
i-) 12; n, ins
VfK) 3SU 33 3ii
100 1Sli 154'J 1374
w borough Met.
r Met. pM
1 .ternnUona.1 Harvester. .
I Inler-Msrlne pM
! International Taoer .
3,300 IS in
4. boo a",
100 is is 15
M00 11i 1li
30O 18914 1391;
100 140S 140S 140U
Kn"s City Southern
j touUvlll Vnhillle
1 m Rt. P. & s. s. M
Mlamurl. K T
I Mliaouri rcific
. . t'45i
KAtlonal Lead .
N. It. II. or M. Id ptfl
New York Central too 1n
N. Y.. O. ft W 3M 33
31 ; 3i ti
P . ("., C. 8t. Ii
Preaaeil Ftetl Car
Pulliiian Pallre fir....
Itepubllc I. S
nef.11l.llr I. & S. pM..
Hock Ialand Co
Rock IMaml Oo. rlO...
8t. L t 8. I'. Jd pld.
soo itoti loss ions
1,000 KO 119'4 11'i
2.IO0 121T4 111V U1
300 MS 13'
30,300 1S 1U' IKiVi
Seahiiaril Air f.lne
Seaboard A. 1 pfd
Slonfftheffleld S. I
southern Tacinc 33.000 107
Southern Rallwar .... 300 27
So. Itall ay pfd 100 H054
Tenntitee OlDner 30J 3411
Texaa pacific 100 304
Union raclflc nfd....
19.810 1C1H 140'i WMi
United States llealty
United Stalei Rubber . . 5,100 MS !'
United Btatea Steel 57,700 4S
V. S. Steal pfd
t;tati Copper 1.100 54V B4,
Va. -Carolina Chemical .. ...
Weitaifi Maryland ... 800 44'4 44
Western Union IM 73 75
tVeatlnshouae Klectrlc .
Whaellnt L. K
Total ralea tor the day. 3M.M0 ahatrs.
rr Vork Money Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. 4.-MONEY-On call
steady at 2Wtfi per cent; ruling rate,
25 per cent: closing bid, 254 per cent; of
fered at 2 per cent. Time loans, firm;
sixty days, 311(8354 per cent; ninety days,
4plVi Per cent; six months, 4l,;tft454 per
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 4 Vo",
STERLING EXCHANGE Finn, with
actual business In bankers' bills at $4.3
for sixty-day bills and at $4.8750 for de
mand. Commercial bills, $4.83.
SILVER Bar, C2Bc; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, steady: railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
V. S. ret. "
V. S. . '
IV, ."i, i'J r"n
101 K C. So. ret. S.. . 9SS
. 10354 U H- deb. It 1931. 93S
do coupon .
105U ' urn 4. . . sn
T Jut 41. 3'
V. S. : :,7 ilo .en. 4V4a
40 coupon '.k'.il'Mo. I'aciric 4.
Panama 1 lOttpon 10. d0 Mn( is
A.-f. lat "ta.. v n il of M 45, .7
Amer. Af. V. f. (. J54a... SS'i
Am. Tobacco Ca... 13 x y N- ,. A
Armour cu. 4'i 9J y. Vit m.
ill tvi je. u' ..
do CI. 4
1"'' iln f 11 lMii
do ct. la.
A C. U 1 4a
Dai. ti Ohio 1
Brook. Tr tv 4r
Cen. Ol Ca 5t...
tr. feather &H.
Nn. I'aciric 4a . .. mu
J , " 'MS 4. . 91
J' J I'enn. 1 . 3ia 1915 . 97S
IMS Reading ten 4. ... 97(1
Chei. & Ohio 4i., 100S 40 Kon i," ,
" S I.. lir m. I' tw la 7
A rtinv 1WI. einSt I. M W J. iai,
fTilcaro & A. 5i S. A. L ad, it.... 74
C. U. ft Q. J. 4a .. So I'au rol. 4a wi,
do zen. 4i S dn ev. 4a .. . . 93
C M 8 P . 44a..l04i4 do Ut ref. 4 . 9114
C. It I. ft P. c 4a. JSo. Italleay U 1oi;
jo rf 4- ! do xan 4 . . . 7jtJ
r. ft 8. r e ts- 4'i Union Pacific at
I f). ft It. CV. 4a. .. 7H do cv. 4a 9.
II. ft R, o. rei 'do lit ft ref. ta Y.
rilMlllera' la I'. K. Rubber . .10114
F.rla p. I. 4. I 8. SinI m 5, ,.mP
do ten. 4a. . wSla.-Car. Chent. Sa. S
do rv 4a. aer B. 7S Wab. lit ft ex 4i (ou
111 Cen. lat ref 4i M54 Wtttern Md. 4i .. (IK
Inter. Met. 454" W5J Want. Klec. cv ia. 94
Inter. M. at. 454I- Wla. Central it. ti;
lloaliin Mlnlim Mtii-ka,
BOSTON. Feb. 4. -Closing quotations
on mining stoeka were-
Allouti .- 31 Moliank
Amal. ropner . . 7154 Nevada Oon.
A. Z. U. ft 8 . it Nlplaalnc Mlnea .
Arliooa Com. . 3 i-lC.orth llutte
II. :. C. ft 8. M. (54 North Lake
t'al ft Arliona . .. (654 Obi IMmlnlon
i VI ft Ilecla . 4K OiKeolo.
(op. Iltnte C ('. . 47 Nhanmni
Kaat Putta C. M 11V4 Superior
Franklin 754 bupvrlor ft D M
Glroux Con. . . 1 Tamarack
ilranby Con. . OS U. 8. i. Ii. ft M
Greene Cananea lit do pfd
Iila Itorala Copper 21 t'tali Ceo
Kerr I-ake i J-14 Utah Copper Co..
Ike Ojpper .. 1954 Winona
La Halle Copper... 4S Wolverine
Miami Copper ... Ml,
Condition of Trenaury.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 4.-The condition
of tho United States treasury at the be
ginning of business today was; Work
ing balance, $88,234,007; In banks and Phil
ippine treasury, $18,088,829; total general
fund, $146,388,487, receipts yesterday. $916,
014: disbursements, $1,303,990. The sur
plus this fiscal year Is $5,013,812, as
against a deficit of $21038,313 last year
I llpt, .111
'11 1, I i .11 H
London MiM'k MnrUel.
UlXlHlS, Feb t. A met W an sc. ut Itle.a
opened firm totht. Later the market
improved on IlKht support and at noon
prices ranged from unchanged to j higher
than yesterdays New York cloMng
lAiIltll'll niinuiK snu-i MlinillM
l!e, imwir T4 is tl.rlrtllf A Nh ll
1 areminl . ' Mo . hn A T r,
ml rorpr ti1 N lrk tntfl 110
AtotilMin . . NorMk A Wertern tlj
Ulmete t Ohio ti tinttrlo A- Wwtfrn.'!,
tNnritn Purilli renByltiil . t
I'heuihMVfi A (II 1 lo W Mrirtlni; M'i
fhl flint W'entun 14 Sfiulhern t! ,,
itil Mil St P lHS!.ilh.tn rucltlf IWH
Ptnter X tll 11 iiv,tni(Hi lariiir
Rrle . . J't 9 lffl
do lit pM WibAih
tluna TntnV . He lh-rf
lltlnelti Ontral XV Mini Mlsrit
sil nit-liar, steaiiv at ra ia-tt.fi per
MONHV-4'4 ler cent
DISCOfNT BATHS-Short bills, 4 IMS
04' per cent; three months' bills, 1 11-16
$l4 per cent.
p YorU All nl nu Stocks.
NEW YORK. Feb. 4. -Closing quota-
tloitH on milling stocks were:
Com. Tunnel tok. s Mrttoan
Con Cal it- V
Imhi Sitter .
l.lllle ttilef .
140 Small Hope
S Yellon vjailet
OMAHA. Feb. 4 -Bank clearings foi to
day were JJ.SM.U.VII. and M.W7.309.76 for
the corresponding dav last year.
OMAHA tiKNHIIAIi IIAKKK'I'.
FRF ITS Orange California navels,
ftlllv eoloted. II) iltc J2.0O; size, $2 15;
12h size. $2.14); IW. 176. 200 and 216 lie,
.1.P0. Ornpo fruit Kxtra fancy Florida.
46, 54. 61 and SO. per box. $3.50. Cranber
ries: Wisconsin long keeping. extvn fancy
Howes', .lumbo. pet bbl., $?W; extra fancy
Jersey, per bbl., FJOO, extra fancy, Bells
and clicrry. per bo $,loti. Leino'iis: Air
hhlp brand, ntio or :hjU sue, w.io. coconntitu
In encks. ter sack $."1 75, per doien, 80c.
Honey. in w t'oli.iatlo. Intj -foui
frututs, pel case, $3 75 Dates. Fard. 15
Ib. box. per lb. 12c, New Hall. bulk, per
lit.. 7c. new Anchor pl;g. t3Q rnrtotis). pet
box, $i.zo; new inoinenary t canons),
per box, $2.75. Figs: few 12 12 12. per box,
8fe; new 5-erowtt tTiitkey), 15c. new rt-
crown (Turkey). Hie, new 7-crown (Tut -
Ury). lie Apples, extra fancy Washing-
tun .lonnttians, 11s. i.i.. i:w. imi. u. no.
il.Vi; etia fancy Washington Grimes'
Guidon. 118. 125. 1SS IW, box. $1 In; eira
fancy Washington Human Beauties, 72. SO,
8S, 'Jfl. 103. 125,. box. $1.75, extra fancy
Washington Black Ben Hiils, i2, M. 8i,
9C, 104. 135 count box. St.73: exit a fancy
uniiiiiKiuii iieu 11 iw mi", n, 1
138. box. $2.00: extra, fancy Plltlt Cheek
Waxen and While winter I'earmains,
10, 113, 126, 13S 150, 163 count, box. $2.00,
txtra fnncy Colerndo, unwrapped. Whlti
Wlntei Pearmalns. ICO. 165, 180. 300 count
box. $1 65; extra fancy Now York Bald
wln, Per bbl.. $2.90. extis fancy New
Yolk B. I. Greenings, per bbl., $3.25; ex
tra fnncy New York Statu Russets, Pel
bbl., $3,Ol; extra fancy Missouri Jona
thans ami Grimes Guldens per bbl., $1.00.
5-hbl lots or more, assorted. 15c per bbl
off; extra fancy Mls-'oini Ben Dnvls. pel
bbl.. $2.50: extra fancy Missouri Wlitb
Pippins, per bbl. $2 76, extra fitncv Mis
souri Willow Twigs, Hlnek Twigs, YoiU
Imperials and other flno vnriutles, pef
bbl . $3 25.
BUTTER No. I. Mb, cation. 33c; No. 1,
60-lb tubs, 345-kc No. 2, 33c.
CHEESE I mini lied Swiss, 32c; Ameii
can Swiss, 2io, block Swiss, 21c; twins,
1954c dnlNles. 20c: trlpletH. 20c; young
Americas. 21c; blue label brick, 20o; liin
borger, 2-lb., 21c; 1-lb., 22c; Now York
POULTRY-Broilers. JVS.OOfifiOO per doz.;
liens, ir.c; cocks. 11c; ducks. Mo; geese. 18c:
turkeys, 2f; pigeons, per tloi., $1.20. Alive,
hrollet-s. l5,WI8c; hens, He; old roosters,
t;ic; iliicka. full feathered. 14c; gece. full
feathered, !2o; turkeys, 16c; pigeons, per
do., 60c, homcis, $2.50; sipiabs, No. 1,
$1.50; No. 2. 50
FISH tl'Teshll t'lcKerci, r-c. frozen;
white, 12c, frozen: ti out. 14c, fruznn;
largo crnpples, 12c. frozen; Spanish
mackerel, lPo; eel, 15c; haddock, 12c;
flounders, lie; sliad toe, per pair. vOc;
salmon, 18c; halibut. ISo; frozen' 13c: .buf
falo. 9o: bin heads. ise. oysters, nay
standards, $1.60; northerji, $1.90; selects,
$1.65; counts, $1.90.
NEW YORK. Feb. 4.- M ETA LS-Cop.
per quiet; siot and February. $IG.OO hlgt
March, Apill nnd May. $I5.00'(M.').50; elec
trnlytle. $16.50; iHke. $16.601 16.75; custlngs,
$16.0OXi 16.7.".. Tin. weak; spot nnd February.
$49.1549 25; Mnich. $IS.Mil 49.25; April,
$ 18. TC'W 49.00. Iend Ntcaily, $4,25iJI4.33. Spot
ter, easy, $6.WM0.70. Antimony, nominal;
Cookson's, $9.75. Iron. Irregular and un
changed. Copper arrivals, 1,500 tons.
London copper weak; spot. 67 17s 6d;
futures, 67 12h 6d. Locnl exchange
sales tin 325 tons. 1Olidon tin, quiet;
spot. 224 15; futures, 222 5s. London
lend. 16 13h. lyonilon spelter. f26. Iron,
Cleveland warrants, 65s 4V4d In London.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., Feb. 4 METALS
Lead, llrmer, $.2Hi4.22!t. Spelter, dull,
Turpentine nnd Rosin.
SAVANNAH, Ga.. Feb. 4.-'llURPEN-TINE
Firm: 4254c; stiles. 50 bbls.; it
celpts. 324 bbls.: shipments, 102 bbls.;
stocks, 22,300 bbls.
ROSIN Firm; sales, 1,400 bbls.; receipts,
1,100 bbls.; shipments, 2M bbls.; Stock,
127,000 bbls. Quote: A and B. $.VM to
$3.60; C and I), $3.75 to $5.80; E, $3.90 to
$6.00; F, $6.) lo $6.15; O. $6.0ii to H.: H,
$!.10 to $6.25; 1. $6.15: K, $6.lX); M, $7.0'J;
N. $7.05; WG, $7.10; WW. $715.
Dry Gnodn Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. 4. DRY GOOOS
The cotton goods market Is firm, with
business of tnodnrato proportions. Fancy
worsteds for fall men's wear will lie
opened this week. Jobbers report a good
lluiiihu liny Mnrket.
OMAHA, Feb. 4. t!AY-No. 1. upland,
$9.5110; No. 2. 9fi0.50; No. 3. $7h0; No.
1 midland. $9f;9.50; No. 2. $81(9; No. 3,
$78; No. 1 lowland) $Sfif. No. 2, $7;
No. 3, $6fl7. Alfalfa. No 1. $13f13.50.
No. 2. $10fll2: No. 3, $94.(10. Straw: oats,
$6; rye. $Vf5.o0; wheat, $4.60i,6.
NEW YORK, Feb- 4. -SUGAR-Raw,
firm; mtiscavatlo, 89 test, 2.08c; centilf
tlgal, 96 test, 3.4Kc; molasses, 89 tent, 2,73c;
S, I.oiiIh Live Stork .Market.
ST. IX)UIS. Feb. 4. CATTLE Re
ceipt. 6.000 head, Including 200 Texnus;
market steady, choice to fine nt tiers.
$.8.5051(1.00; good to choice steers, $7.00jn
7.80: Blockers and feeders, $5.20i7.25;
cowh and heifers, $."..5057 50: bulls, $4.0trjr
6.85; calves. $4.2fv87.00; Texas and Okla
honm steers, $5.2Mt7.90, cows nntl heifers.
HOtJM iteceipts, s.jiw neaa; maraei iw
I I). f tgt.l . foi
id . v iiiiii r.i
di lt transaction!-
higher; pigs and lights. $r,.00fl7.80: iVV, d IViv
,i...,i (i ilin,.hirs t7 7fr7 ii)- enmt 2- cars, 01 lo.iwi nean, ncari) .,&uo neim
Iwav v K-fVSrt-", -WH.W. KOOtl 1, Qf U)t TuM,,ay., rui R trfe eH
luaA!. . ....... . . ....!.!,., u.,i uxlil nro. nnri nhniil Mil l.nn.l
KHKEl' Ajiu i.MiiB-ueceipis, .'
head; market steady;
7.75. lambs, $n.75ti.76
Uiliinn I'll) Idle Hlnek .Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Feb. 4. CATTLE
Receipts. lO.Cuj head, including 500
southerns; market steady to strong;
lresHcd beef nnd export steels, $7.6'((
8.T6, western steers. $6.OOft8.00; stockers
and feeders. $3.7&&7.50: southern steers.
$6W(7 40; southern cowh. $3.706.26: na
tive iows and heifers. $3.907.40; bullB,
$5 0i..l5; calves. $.Hfl 10.00.
HOGS Receipts, 30,000 beud; market 10c
higher, bulk of sales, $7.5Ya7.65; heavy.
$7.46f7.60: packers nnd butchers. $7.5M
7.70; light. $7.55ft7,65. pigs, $6.24it7.25.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Rccolpts. I7.U0)
t.u.l- .ntjrtrAt elAjirlv: Cnlr.liirln lAinbs.
$7.8ii.50; yearlings. $7.00V'7W); wetlteis.
$.2B6.75. ewes, $4.rjtyflC2n
Sioux l.'lly Live Hloek .llarket.
SIOUX CITY, Feb. 4.-CATTLE-R-celpts.
1.2O0 head; market steady; native
stetrs. $6.2fyfj8.Wl. cowh and heifers. $4.Vuty
.00; canners. $3.244.60; Mockers and feed
ers. $6.261(7. ); calves. $6.0Oi7.00; hulls,
HOGS-Receipts. 4..VW head; market iite
higher; heavy. $7.30y7.40; mixed, V.if
7.49: light. $!.3W.40: pigs, $6.3fyTf7.CO; U..IK
of sales. $7.S754l7.J0.
St. Joseph Live Hloek Market,
ST. JOSEPH. Feb. 4. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 2 head; market steady; steers,
$.7Mi.rO: tows and heifers. $S.75T.:W;
calves. $5.004j 10.00.
HOGS-Receilpls, 6.U00 head: market 10c
higher; top. $7.60; bulk. $7 WfeT.CO.
SHEEP AND LAM BS --Receipt". "..tO
head; market ateadv. lambs. $7 fioji8.2.'.
Kev tu the Situation Ie Adert1slng
OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET ,
Cattle RcRsonably Active at Steady
to Strong Prices.
HOGS ARE FIRM TO TEN HIGHER
Mieep In Detnnnd nt Prices vtendy
to Ten lllsher, irltli l.ninli"
llnther MIotTi but a n
little Mend j.
SKI TIC OMAHA. Feb 4. I'.H'.
Recelpis were- (.'altle. Hogs Sheep.
Offielni Monday . (..( S.114 h,1
Kstlutste Tuesday . 5tX 1.".WX KH0O
Two days this wcek..til,iifi 20,514 l!MX7
Same dss Isst week.. 10.372 2.31 IP.eV
Same days 2 weeks ago 11.W0 21,107 12.475
Same days 3 w eeks ago 11. 14R 17.M4 2.07R
Same day s C w eeks ago It.CtM 15.5W 21,193
Saino ln last year . 7.321 1.6S 2I.3HJ
The following table iiows the tecetpls
of cattle, hog and sheep at South Omaha
for tho year to dnto ns compared with
laM your: ini3. I9IJ lnc Dec.
Cattle . 94,192 99.450
Hogs . ...:i04.ai 367.W.I . 5.tl
Sheep 2.V..797 12.S76 .".2.9L'l ..
Tho following table shows the range of
prices for hogs nt South Omaha for the
last few days with comparison.
Date I 1913. 19U. 11911-11010. 11909. jlW-jlW'
Jan, . 7 241 5 961 7 601 8 On
Jail. 26.1 ' I 961 7 4S 7 92
Jail. 27.1 7 24 1 6 911 7 49 S 021
ti06 4 21
6 001 '
5 921 4 271
5 911 4 29
Jim. IS. 7 32 7 U IS
.tntl. ai.l 7 ,12'ij, 5 931 I R 4l
;. 98 4 00,
Jan. 30. 7 3, 6 02
ti 111 4 13
7 471 S 12
7 26, S )
, 4 II H W
6 221 4 10i 6 M
6 OS, I 6 81
h 91 4 161
04 4 17, t. 'M
CATTI.I8 Pltl reeelnln were fair lo-
idaj . making tho total for tho two days of
IO.OiW head, very nearly tho same as for
the corresponding period last. ween, ami
larger than a year ago by ubotit 2.S0O
There seemed to be a very fair buying
1 demand for beef steers nnd the market
was latriy active, witn prices iniiy sieanjr
Hero and there rattle that seemed to find
especial favor In the eyes of buyers
1 showed some little Improvement and It
I was tmsslble) to occasionally find sales-
men who thought that 011 certain lots or
desirable caltlo they secured as much as
Cows and helfeis were In good demand
and sold freely at prices that were
steady with yesterday. In spots tho cow
;n,arl(et may osslhly havo shown a Utile
t t eimt ii, hut the big built or the otfei-
Ittgn did not bring any morn thun steady
Stock cattle and feedom were In good
demand and were free sellers sit good,
firm prices, pretty much everything being
cleaned up In very fair season.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beef stccts, $7 508.25; fair to good beef
steers, $7.0dffl7 50; common to fair beef
steers, $6.85)27.00; good to choice helfurs,
$6.25itf7.00; good to choice cows, $(l.00W.60l
fair to good grades, U.OOffO.OO; common to
fait' grades, $3.256.0Q; good to choice
Blockers and feeders, $11.7537.75; fair to
good stockers and feeders. $6.2STjl-75;
common to fair stockers and feeders. $6.00
04.26; stock cows and heifers, J1.7W.M;
veal calves, $6.0039.00; bulls, stags, ate,
N5i Ai IV. Mi. Av IT.
3 790 1 00 I 1IC0 7 41
11... . 1019 7 SO 41 144 7 fO
4 1117 7 1 17 IIM 7 10
It 991 7 ti It 1114 7 (5
3 1114 7 :i 31 1191 7 15
900 7 SJ 17 1ll 7 40
40 1191 7 30 J5 1391 7 40
11 1101 ? 40 50 1371 7 0
19 107 7 4 14 1M1 7 10
31 1110 7 40
bTJSltltM ANU 111.41 J lillO,
31 141 10 52 M5 7 10
I 1117 7 10
4 1017 4 so t lir.o 10
I. I04D 4 70 30 1001 5 IS
C 941 IS) ii lilt tit
t 1003 S 110 J 0B I M
.1 IcM 5 IS 4 10J& 09
I lino i 10 II w1133 no
4 778 5 40 19 ..1071 00
II 110.1 t 43 11 IM0 6 10
7 1000 t 60 I tut in
II 115S 6 10 1 UU 0
3 940 ft 0 It 911 IS
9 1120 S 0 1 H70 10
94 10J3 S S S HID II JO
: I no 1 10 11 ion :o
1 1150 S 70 3 1350 I tS
3 1060 S 70 4 1075 I 30
I HIS 6 SS t,., 700 t
21..' 973 S 9S t S49 2S
7 Hi 3 0 11 7(0 30
3 S0 S 01 59 1110 III
10 727 S 10 3 100) tr,
11 OI It 00 3 41 f 10
9 913 00 11 (It 6 40
3 1013 S 10 4 Tit I 10
17 bH I 10 i 107S T OO
1 930 1 1030 7 00
7 43 6 SB
1 12S0 S 30 1 i) t 10
1 1420 S 30 1 Uno ( 90
1 1120 h 31 4 19: t 91
1 1330 S 10 1 1140 S 9.1
1 1190 S 40 1 1(00 t m
7 11! S (0 1 1 MO t 00
1 170 t US 4 1414 K
1 410 i 75 1 100 8 l
1 no e to ) iso s w
is 4o 7 s in
14 447 6 7S 2 20S S 7S
( 441 (71 1 lit 1(0
3 14 I 7S 3 lit 9 Oil
9 191 t 7S 1 110 9 CO
t 210 7 00 1 JJ0 9 00
1 310 7 3S 2 lit tfM
1 240 00 ,
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
5 . . .
.. Ill S Si
77( 7 IS
. . ISO I SS
.. l I SS
. . 700 8 '1
..120 4 7S
. (23 4 IS
. Ill t 10
..ISO I 90
. . (31 ( 9S
. . 9(4 !r.
..747 7 00
.-713 7 IS
..113 7 36
-ll0 7 2S
.1010 7 34
. . toes 7 si
1141 7 30
..1079 7 30
. .1019 7 tu
. .1075 7 as
tui 7 r.
900 7 OS
900 7 IS
1 10W 7 40
HOGS In spite of a generous supply
011 hand, hogs took n tlcctded turn for
the bolter this morning. Opening bids
were generally strong to Jc higher, and
by the tlulo that trade was under way
they hutl been pushed up to figures that
were 573 !0c higher tlmn Monday, anil It
was at these latter figures that the bulk
of the offerings sold.
A comparatively small part of the sup
ply went Into shippers Hiid speculators
hands, leaving prnctlrally everything nt
the disposal of the packers. Good lights
11 ml butchers were easily .ttclOc higher,
but the heavy grades were no better
than a nlckul up and Wore, cxtiemely
slow to move at these figures. Asldo from
this slowness 011 tho ht-avles, tho trade
was active ftom stall to finish and
everything had changed hands in good
of tho sales ranged from $7.35 to
$7.45. with the long strings nt $7.35 and
$7 40, and several loads of good lights as
high as $7.50.
ma. 1 .......! u.. ait In ,w..,dI.Ia 1
'. .V.: ...;i....,4 .. Yi,. .7.J .iV..'
inoio than arrived on the sumo day last
The market closed at tho extreme mihIi
point of the day, being In many can cm as
muah as 15c higher. This raised tho hulk
up to $7.4057. 15. witn a large sprinkling
No. Av. Sh. Pr No Av ah. pr.
19. .. J77 . 7 no (4 . . .20 ... 7 It',
24 .. 4S5 10 7 IS 7 110 ... I 421.
31... .141 .. 7 M.......931 ... 7 4S
II . ..204 SO 7 SO IM ..74J
S7 .1(1 .. 7 30 510 SO 7 41
(I SIS . ' 2(..,....lll ... 7 44
(0 . .1(2 SW 7 3I' 70 Ml ) 7 i
71 247 SO t SI 14 243 .. 7 4S
SS ... .307 M IS SO M 111
in HI .. 1 3 SS 119 40 7 Ii
SS W W 115 SS 503 . . 7 4S
14 211 ... 7 J5 77 311 ... 7 II
Ii . ..597 . 7 X 3 lit . . 7 4S
7 31( JM I SS l 50 ... 7 4S
49.. . .117 ... 7 X W 3l ... 7 41
20. ... 271 ... 7 S3 7S Ml ... 7 44
It . ... 97 III 7 ! lo '. . J 4i
34) 2S9 ... 7 St (7 lit .. 7 4S
41 Hi ... 7 SS ' 7 Ut J 7 41
St... . !9S ... 7 J 3 7 ... 7 4S
J7 . . 7M 41..,. ...244 ... 7 45
10 211 ... in 4 110 . 7 U
SI . ..Jit ... 7 79 SIS . . 7 IS
it Ill ... 7 1754 7 IS
M 19 120 7 1154 3C 7 4,.
S3 31 . . 7 1754 7 IS7 10 7 4S
47.. ..4 ... 7 40 as :o; ; 4
CO 591 ... 7 44 tt Jtl . 7 41
II Ill ... 7 40 71 334 10 7 4S
49 M9 ... 7 40 71 119 40 1 ii
SS IM ... 7 40 (0 231 . . 7 474
IM til - . 7 40 147 . . 7 41V,
tl 7 W0 7 40 S 311 ... 7 4754
79 lit 40 1 40 II tU . . 7 411
tl Kit ... 7 40 71 771 ... 7 40
14 177 SO 7 10 71 2(9 . . 7 SO
It all 40 7 10 II H . . 7 SO
,t Ill ... 7 40 91.,,.. ..U . IM
41. ..... 7 40 4 ;U ... 7 SO
it m 7 40 Si IW 40 7 SO
II S . . 7 It ISi 40 7 M
(1 t) 7 4 70. . . .219 . . 7 SO
31 111 i 40 TV 111 7 SO
Tl .'ii ; 'It 19. tit SO 1 t'l
71. . tlS 71. 231 " it
JS. - . t . 7 l 10
SHEEP The sutinlv was of very modi
ate proportions fur n Tuemlav. h 01,1
I about foriy-slx ours, or 10,000 head, wese
inrnea While the receipts were a little
Isrger than last Tuesday, they fell arotin.'
..742 head short of two wervks ago, and 609
head shfw t of tho sama day ope year u
As on Monday, lambs constituted tl.e
majority of the nfferlnas nnd what ago!
1 sheep were offered were mostly ewe?
I Wethers and yearlings continue to show
tp in very limited supply.
I A little Improvement in the trade mnt'
feste.i itself this morning, though tl"
buyers seemed to have only fair demand
and the market was no more than fair'
aitlve nt any time. Prevailing condltloi s
In the eastern dressed mutton trade weto
reported as 110 better than-on the last fe
days, consequently little. If any, Itnpro
ment was looked for In live muttons. A
this time of tho year. Just before l.e"
there is always more or less depresslot
In neats. nnd tills fact was used by bu
ers ns a bearish argument. Fat ewes
changed hands mqrc readily than am
tiling else tm sale and at prices strong to
a dime higher than Monday s trade Bui
of tho good ewe offerings moved around
$.Vfljfi.fi5, with some reaching ns high
as $,'.15. While killing tnmhs were bp
parently In ery fair demand, the) ns o
rule, were slow salt and brought price n
veiv little If nny different from yestn
tlnv. Early In the morning two loads of
MexleHtis sold tip to $8.30. There were
really not enough wethers or yearllngi
on the mnrket to msk comparisons a-
to prices. A smsll Duiuii of Utah yea
lings were picked up dtirliic the opening
rounds nt $t.iw As the buyers were
rather particular ns to the quality of
their purchases, they naturally picked
up all the best offerings first and left
the less desirable ones until later on
(juoianonn on Sheep nnri i.ambn-Lamba
good to choice, $S.004W.35; lamb, fair to
good. 17.6MIS.00: yearllnirs. llcht. IS.S0W
7.15; yeai lings, henvv. JS-BOraS.: wethers
good to choice. eo.&Oflii.so; withers, fair
to good, f5.000i5.50; owes, good to choice
$5.0Oljf..2fi; ewes, fair to good. $4 75(96.00
culls, alierp nnd bucks, $2.7504.09
No. Av. Pr
4i)9 Colorado owes 112 W
646 Mexican lambs BS S 50
3) fcil lambs, feeders 61 7
251 Ted lambs 74 MO
231 fed lambs 78 in
247 feil owes Hi 5 2n
202 Wyoming ewes 9 4 75
2.". Wyoming ewes, nulls. M " 55
255 Wyoming lambs, feeders... 58 7
52 Wyoming yenrllnps 79. n (V.
?os Mexican lambs $1 '
462 Mexican ewes 96 50
19.7 fed ewes 112 R S
47 fed ewes 110 .1 '..
22ti fed lambs 89 8 30
lntvs fel lambs 69 7 911
211 fed owes 1ft". .".'.
ISO fed lambs 72 8 l
47 fed Inmbs, culls 64 7 00
Chicago livr stock m a n k ist
Cattle nnd Sheep AcIIti and Steady
, Horn Higher.
CHICAGO. Felt. 4.-CATTLE-Rtef Ipls.
4,700 head: market active and stead)
beeves. $8.35810.00: Texas steers. $4.D0
5.75; western steers. $3,60t7iBO; stoeken
anil Teeners, j4.7vrj7.hO; rows ana ne.ners,
$3.008.7.50; calves, $.50r510.00.
HOGS Receipts, 81,000 head; market
strong, largely 10c higher; light. $7.50
W7.80; mixed, $7.5Mr7.80; heavy. $7.405i
7.8214: rough, $7.40fl7.55; pigs, $8.rCB7.60
hulk of sales, $7.75ir7.80.
SI1TEP AND LAMBS--Receipts, 17.000
headi market active and steady to 10.
higher; native, $l.76'B.M; western, $4.rJofr
D.w; yearlings, $M0tT7,55; native lambs,
6.75ms0; western lambs, $,751J8.80.
Stork In sight.
Receipts of llvo stock at the six prin
cipal western markets yesterday;
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
... 5,000 15,400 W.4WI
... 2.200 6,300
... 1,200 4.500
... 10,000 20,000
... 6.000 8,300
... 4,700 21,000
29,100 76,500 49.050
Culls from the Wire
Reappearance of renols at various polills
on tho Mexican border wua reported lo
General E. S5. Steover at Foft Bliss.
A largo number of bankruptcies, arising
through business stagnation caused by thu
Bnllian war, are reported In Austria.
Besponslhlllty for settling the colUlli
catcd gas situation in Kansas was turn ii
over to the Kansas Public Utilities, com
Judge Porterfleld decided that the third
trial of Dr. B. Clarke Hyde for the min
der of Colonel Thomiisi H. Swope shouul
The tluko of ConnaiiRiit made what is
considered a contradiction of rumors that
ho would not return to Canada, to finish
his term as governor general.
Further prosps.-lty was predicted for
this country by Uonator Knuto Nelson it
Minnesota ut a bami.Ht given him at St.
Paul In honor of hla seventieth blrthdu;.
The demurrer on which Jarod W. FlogK
In Now Y'ork sought to nvold trial on
charges of fraudulent uses of the mall was
overruled by Judge Hough In federal
The confession of a patrolman gives tin
district attorney the long-sought Instru
ment by which he expects to uncovir
corruption In the New York ponce depart
ment. John Burroughs and Ernest Thompson
Seton. naturalists, are in Washington to
urge congress to enact legislation de
signed to preserve bird life In tho United
SFour murderers will pay the penalty lor
their crimes In New York state the wvck
of February 10. Governor Suiter an
nounced that he had rofusd to extend
Dr. Kugen Enderlen, professor or sur
gery nt tho University of Wuricburg, ban
beoii called to St. Petersburg at tho te
nttest of the emperor upon the advice of
tho physicians unending Crown Prince
Tho differences bolwten the porcelain
matin fur Hirers of 'fronton. N. J., a if 1
' their 1,000 employes, Vho have been u
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HIUH13 iiiuii; ini. i --. ..., sjww-
mltted to arbltnitlop.
Churles G. Ilelfner of Seattle, fomur
chairman of the democratic committee or
Washington, called on Presldcnt-eje t
Wilson and discussed with him tho Ala
knn situation nnd conservation policies.
An anarchist plot has been discovered
ut Huclva. Spain. Prof Francisco Sun
chex of the Barcelona Modern school
Emlllano Barrall and Antonio Alive-1.
the latter two well-known unarchUt .
have been ai rested.
Supreme Court Justice Edward K. M
Call of New York announced that but
crnor Bulzer had offered to appoint h'ln
public Bervice commissioner to succc d
William R. Wilcox and thnt ho hod "t
cepted the appointment.
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